Top 10 Best ATP Finals Tennis Matches Ever! 1990-present

20 nov. 2020
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  • Lmao, as if thiem-djoko was more insane than Agassi-federer or Nalbandian-Federer.

    Monsieur BreakdownMonsieur BreakdownIl y a 5 jours
  • Carlos Moya wearing the Agassi Air Zoom Assailants!

    alinefx2alinefx2Il y a 5 jours
  • Djokovic's level 2012-2015 is just out of space.

    Sashok SashokSashok SashokIl y a 6 jours
  • 2005 final match ever best

    Shilpa ShivuShilpa ShivuIl y a 6 jours
  • Domi vs Rafa 2018 US Open

    Hyemi ParkHyemi ParkIl y a 6 jours
  • There are too many commercials on these videos

    Dylan ODylan OIl y a 6 jours
  • Wow.

    Hoangbao QuochuyHoangbao QuochuyIl y a 8 jours
  • What most don't know: I just recently watched the Thiem documentary, and Thiem was sick in that match. He played with fever. And it wasn't sure if he could play at all. Just a few hours before the match the tournament doctor gave him the okay that he could play without endangering his health. She wanted to give him meds to ease the symptoms, but he refused because he was afraid the meds could affect his performance. Well, right decision I'd say

    Peter CauterPeter CauterIl y a 8 jours
  • Damn those backhands and forehands of Dominic Thiem.

    Gaurav GaurGaurav GaurIl y a 9 jours
  • What if usain bolt played tennis. He would get everything.

    Legan Thomas!!!Legan Thomas!!!Il y a 10 jours
  • Es riecht nach Wachablösung: Eine einmalige Ära neigt sich ihrem Ende zu

    Jürgen FritzJürgen FritzIl y a 10 jours
    • Thanks for the outstanding outlet. I was able to understand 95% of it. Nadal will keep winning Roland Garros a couple more years while Djoker will add a few more Majors too. I think Federer is done.

      Francis Van der MosenFrancis Van der MosenIl y a 2 jours
  • I think that this years semi final was better match than Last year gruop stage, definetely more heartbreaking

    Boris KosticBoris KosticIl y a 11 jours
  • It's a great top 10, but it's still some another big matches.😉 Here of my list, what I miss.🎾 '94 - Sampras-Agassi 2000: Kuerten-Sampras 2002: Hewitt-Federer 2002: Hewitt-Ferrero 2004: Federer-Safin 2013: Federer-del Potro

    Balázs SzeghalmiBalázs SzeghalmiIl y a 11 jours

    Sebastian CharlesSebastian CharlesIl y a 11 jours
  • A lot of young people don't realise that for most of the last 2 decades it was the big 4 not the big 3.

    Fallen DevonishFallen DevonishIl y a 12 jours
    • ​@Hating Maniac That's nice for you, but that's not how the phrase came about, there was always 3 of the big four in the semis to the finals in every grand slam who you had to get past to win, and at the end of the year they were always the top 4 ranked players barring one of them having an injury. To this day only these 4 players has ended the year as number 1 since 2003 no one else has broken through, that's why it was the big 4 when ever a grand slam started people would say who is going to get past the big 4, who's going to end the year as number one, and Murray was always part of that constantly.

      Fallen DevonishFallen DevonishIl y a 11 jours
    • Imo it has always been "The Big 3". I wont consider him in this group even though he was better than the rest but still not good enough to be part of this elite group.

      Hating ManiacHating ManiacIl y a 11 jours
  • Great match in 2008 but Federer looks super depressed. He has purple blotches under his eyes, his face looks battered and bruised. Never seem that before.

    The AViatorThe AViatorIl y a 12 jours
  • 10:32 Thanks for putting up a scoreboard, but *it blocked the shot!*

    The AViatorThe AViatorIl y a 12 jours
  • 2003-2011 All Federer 2012-15 All Djokovic

    Admir BotushaAdmir BotushaIl y a 12 jours
  • I would add Federer - Nadal 2006 match, Davydenko - Federer 2009, this year's Thiem - Nadal, 2002's Hewitt - Federer / Ferrero, 2016 Murray - Nishikori was something huge too.

    Germ MartianGerm MartianIl y a 12 jours
  • After watching Agassi & Federer the one after is just boorrrrring slow

    X7RMX7RMIl y a 12 jours
  • Can somebody tell me why Moya hasn't aged in 22 years, please?

    Robin RemyRobin RemyIl y a 12 jours
  • keep in mind that in 2 of those epic matches, Federer had to be either injured (2005 vs Nalbandian) or sick (2008 vs Murray) that was what it took to take down arguably one of the greatest indoor player of all time before the 2010s... he has to be far off his best, you have to be near your best, and even then it was an epic battle

    RayRayIl y a 12 jours

    dala buladala bulaIl y a 13 jours
  • Too many Murray matches ... nonsense !

    Aram ZADEGAram ZADEGIl y a 13 jours
    • Why is it nonsense. He’s clearly been involved in some of the best matches in atp finals. His match with nadal is one of the best ever. I remember he was voted in match of the year 2010 2011 and 2012 lol idiot

      Slight BreezeSlight BreezeIl y a 9 jours
  • Lol thiem vs djokovic was number 1 and today they had another titanic battle

    Paulo TorresPaulo TorresIl y a 13 jours
  • When even the matches from 17 years ago have better quality than videos from 2020

    Eshaan SimhaEshaan SimhaIl y a 13 jours
  • Incredible how the best match in this list has just had an impossibly good reply, just one year after the first one

    Tony MontanaTony MontanaIl y a 13 jours
  • Y’all better make room for the Djokovic/Thiem match that was just played

    Reagan McGinleyReagan McGinleyIl y a 13 jours
    • Their game style is just so boring compared to Agassi, Federer, Nadal and so on.

      Francis Van der MosenFrancis Van der MosenIl y a 2 jours
    • Was nothing special. Aaverage Đoković To much mistakes. by Thiem.

      spevoljubspevoljubIl y a 7 jours
  • Nobody: Speaker on Agassi v Federer: OHHH YES

    Alex PanagopoulosAlex PanagopoulosIl y a 13 jours
  • I like how when you look at the year 2008 when Federer wins once again at Shanghai few if any could of predicted one year later would be the start of the demise of a guy who by then by many was considered untouchable with the raquet in his hand. The man responsible was the Serbinator, Djokovic. Before that it became almost impossible to play at a level as good as Federer, bettering it was unthinkable. But the fact that Nadal and Djokovic would eclipse that level from 2009 onwards is quiet remarkable. After that it was like setting the difficulty on a computer game to the hardest level and then trying in vain to beat it.

    R BR BIl y a 13 jours
    • FedExpress has only won 5 Majors since 2010, what a shameful decline compared to his prime years indeed. I guess, next year he will give it a last shot to try and clinch the Wimbledon title and if he fails he should just retire from the game. It's only an opinion.

      Francis Van der MosenFrancis Van der MosenIl y a 2 jours
    • In 2008 Novak won. About the rest you're right.

      Marek WichniarekMarek WichniarekIl y a 10 jours
  • I love how Agassi controls the court. He always make the opponent run left and right like a kid. The legend

    TheYoutuberTheYoutuberIl y a 13 jours
  • Why the hell would a straight set match be at number 3, Fed-Nalbandian or Sampras-Becker should be #1

    omar raziomar raziIl y a 13 jours
    • Hm hard to evaluate that objectively, but imo Thiem - Djokovic was better. Insane intensity, variety and speed throughout the whole match. Plus Thiem is a beast on court (with one of the best backhands ever) and Djokovic is a current legend, and showing his inhuman flexibility was also a nice gimmick that you won't see from anyone else..

      Peter CauterPeter CauterIl y a 8 jours
    • @omar razi I wouldn't say "the stakes are also equally important". We had some lower quality finals, like Murray-Djokovic in 2016, also Federer-Djokovic final in 2015 was not at the same level as Djokovic-Thiem RR last year. By the way, last Saturday Novak didn't look at all like he was fighting for 1 of the most important titles of his life, so calm and relaxed like never b4 this year. He knew he wasn't at his best so treated this match as the best training against Thiem he could ever have, having fun and even smiling when facing match point on Thiem's serve in the 2nd set tie-break. Still playing his "best at the moment". That's why this match was so entertaining to watch. Novak knew that whether he wins it for the 6th time or Rafa, Daniil, Thiem for the 1st time - it doesn't change in the history of tennis really nothing. In general opinion really only number of slam counts, so if Rafa wins his 21st in June next year - he'll be considered the best ever in that moment. Even if he never wins ATP Finals. And about importance of matches, emotions and dramaturgy: to me still the most important is quality of tennis. That's why, as a Novak's fan, I'd never consider last year Wimbledon's final as 1 of the top 10 slam finals ever. Some 4-setters were much better, higher quality of tennis, like Novak-Roger USO 2015, Wimbledon 2015, RG 2011, Novak-Rafa USO 2010 and 2011, the last 1 is the best slam final ever to me. The best match ever on hard courts to me was 4th round Novak-Stan at 2013 AO, only 4th round but really that was a match for the title (well, if Stan beaten Novak then, Murray still would have had chances in the final, he played great, too) - which shows that sometimes real matches for the title are in previous rounds, like also Novak-Stan quarters in Australia in 2014. The same could be with RR match Novak-Thiem last year, if Novak won he'd play in semis and maybe won the title. Especially in ATP Finals each match has huge importance when you play all matches against top players.

      Marek WichniarekMarek WichniarekIl y a 10 jours
    • @Marek Wichniarek there are couple of things which make any match great, first of course is the quality of tennis but the stakes are also equally important. I feel that this match being the semi final had higher stakes as opposed to a RR match, it is for the same reason that i considered Fed-Nalbandian and Sampras-Becker match to be ranked higher

      omar raziomar raziIl y a 10 jours
    • @omar razi I think last year Thiem-Djoker was better, still maybe not the best ever. And this year Novak played really well and stayed calm and focused but he was not able to attack Theim's forehand at all. Bh dtl and fh inside-in didn't exist, that change direction would have caused much more damage, especially when Thiem was stuck to his bh corner all the time slicing the ball. Only that beautiful fh inside-in saving match-point in the 2nd set tie-break - then the whole 3rd set (and the whole match, really) Novak didn't attack Dom's fh side. That's why he didn't break him for the whole match. And against this 80% of best Novak Thiem played the whole match like he was fighting for his life and still was quite close to losing. So I don't know if this was Thiem's best level, too. High quality match, though. And 2-setters can be great, too, like Djoker-Roger final 2012, and Nadal-Thiem RR this year.

      Marek WichniarekMarek WichniarekIl y a 10 jours
    • I agree. Those 2 matches were crazy!

      anonymousamateurphanonymousamateurphIl y a 10 jours
  • Murray raonic if i have to pick the best Match ever played i would pick this one. It Showdown so mich class it is unbelievable.

    Jan LeibetsederJan LeibetsederIl y a 13 jours
    • @Josh Jones ist was the years were Andy murray son Wimbledon Queens than Peking Shanghai Vienna Paris world Tour Finals.

      Jan LeibetsederJan LeibetsederIl y a 12 jours
    • it also the longest match in the tournament history for Murray to come out with less than a full days rest and defeat Novak in straight sets was a brilliant achievement after that match.

      Josh JonesJosh JonesIl y a 12 jours
  • 2016 Nishikori-Murray match was also good.

    ばもすばもすばもすばもすIl y a 13 jours
    • federer-djokovic 2010 and federer-ferrer 2012 are great. two classic matches in my opinion

      下澤直哉下澤直哉Il y a 13 jours
  • Anyone noticed the word "Corona" in the net (Federer v Wawrinka 2014)??

    Soundarya SriramSoundarya SriramIl y a 13 jours
  • Theim- Nadal this year was also a good contender. The level of tennis in that match was very high.

    bhanu rajputbhanu rajputIl y a 14 jours
    • Many of this week’s is so good. The quality of tennis so spectacular...

      I Purple You!!!I Purple You!!!Il y a 12 jours
  • I don't get how a 1996 match was much more of a banger than that 1998 match...

    italkcrabitalkcrabIl y a 14 jours
  • Hold up.... *2013-2016 Stanimal was actually untouchable*

    Scotty's ATP AnalysisScotty's ATP AnalysisIl y a 14 jours
    • And won 0 wtfs

      Slight BreezeSlight BreezeIl y a 9 jours
    • Why he'd won only 3 slams during that period of time? For 16 possible.

      Marek WichniarekMarek WichniarekIl y a 10 jours
  • After that first match most rallies look and sound like badminton that was incredible pace from Andre and Roger .. wow.

    Mattissimo82Mattissimo82Il y a 14 jours
  • Is it just me or does young Murray look like young McEnroe from behind with the hair and physique

    Alex ThassuAlex ThassuIl y a 14 jours
  • a strong bias for London as predicted. Fed vs Murray and Nalbandian should be higher on the list

    ductrung3993ductrung3993Il y a 14 jours
    • London has the best players the games seen I guess giving special matches. Murray nadal is one of the best of all time in atp finals

      Slight BreezeSlight BreezeIl y a 9 jours
  • You didn't include the Ferrero vs Hewitt 2002 final......

    MrPiccoloFan2MrPiccoloFan2Il y a 14 jours
  • Let me get this straight - 5 of your top 10 ATP finals matches since 1990 involved Roger Federer? Look, I love Roger, but let's get real here. You have a few hundred matches to choose from and can't come up with more than 3 matches that involved players other than Roger, Nadal, Djokovic and Murray? How about truth in advertising - these were the best 10 matches Tennis TV has the rights to. I'm old enough to remember some great finals matches between Becker & Edberg, Becker & Lendl, Agassi & Edberg, Sampras & Courier, Courier & Krajicek, Ivanisevic & Edberg, Muster & Enqvist. Heck, in 1990 there were 2 great matches between Edberg & Agassi - one in the RR and the 2nd in the finals. But you only managed to find 5 with Roger in them - and not even include his best match, ie, the 2006 final against James Blake? Lame. That's all I gotta say - the list is lame. 30 years of matches and it all boils down to The GOAT playing in 5 of the top 10. For Roger that's a huge compliment. For all the other players who made the finals for the last 30 years - that's a huge bitch slap. Then again. I'm all in on Roger being the GOAT, so here's another nod to Roger's greatness.

    Stacy AugustStacy AugustIl y a 14 jours
    • One of the best tennis comments ever. You're so right about everything incl. Federer being the GOAT; and I'm a Nadal fan btw.

      Francis Van der MosenFrancis Van der MosenIl y a 2 jours

      dala buladala bulaIl y a 13 jours
  • What a difference in quality before and after the Sampras vs Becker match. These two guys played tennis as it should be played, the rest was just loooooong rallies

    Bilo SanderBilo SanderIl y a 14 jours
    • I feel like serve and volley is overrated. That is the reason why people prefer to watch singles instead of doubles. Longer rallies have amazing defense, incredible power and bring a lot more variety to the game. If you complain about serve and volley being non-existent in singles, just watch doubles.

      Vandana RaoVandana RaoIl y a 13 jours
  • 24:40 love that grunt

    Christopher DangChristopher DangIl y a 14 jours
  • Why did I not see maya hit any slices 😂

    Carl AbalosCarl AbalosIl y a 14 jours
    • I was watching Nadal Moya practice .Moya looked like a junior player and for 10 backhand shoots 8 were😁

      narcyz9494 narcyznarcyz9494 narcyzIl y a 14 jours
  • that moya corretja match is garbage and wouldn't make my top 10 of this week let alone ever

    Peter ShearmanPeter ShearmanIl y a 14 jours
  • Last year's edition was just majestic

    Thomas BrunkleThomas BrunkleIl y a 14 jours
  • 🔥❤️🤙

    Spark😍Spark😍Il y a 14 jours
  • ⚡️⚡️

    Spark😍Spark😍Il y a 14 jours
  • I kinda miss the carpet courts now...

    SenyaSenyaIl y a 14 jours
  • That 1.38 rally is absolutely insane!!!

    john baldwinjohn baldwinIl y a 14 jours
  • Wow I didn't remember that Djokovic vs Federer in 2012. I didn't remember Federer choking from 40-15 to close out a set yet again lol

    Paulo TorresPaulo TorresIl y a 14 jours
  • Agassi-Federer- & Djoker-Thiem- Match soo phenomenal👏👏👏👏

    Piscator 1910Piscator 1910Il y a 14 jours
  • RR Thiem Djoko over 96 Final? You cannot be serious

    weltmikesterableweltmikesterableIl y a 14 jours
    • hm RR Thiem Djoko was of less "importance", but skillwise I'd also choose that one tbh. More speed, more shot variety and more court coverage. It showed a greater variety of skill

      Julian NaserJulian NaserIl y a 6 jours
  • Top matches favorites is 1- Nadal vs murray 2- Federer vs Wawrinka Djokovic vs Federer 🔥🔥🔥💛💪💪 epics

    mohammed mechennefmohammed mechennefIl y a 14 jours
  • Nadal-Murray needs to be higher. Top 3

    SJSJIl y a 14 jours
    • Best match in london surpassed others are ahead of it

      Slight BreezeSlight BreezeIl y a 9 jours
  • Nadal only shown once in a best match compilation?

    Brody SteinBrody SteinIl y a 14 jours
    • His match with Murray here is one of the best in atp finals easily.

      Slight BreezeSlight BreezeIl y a 9 jours
    • @Marklion Janecek yeah you’re right. He’s still had some good matches at nitto. He’s the king of putting a show on

      Brody SteinBrody SteinIl y a 14 jours
    • It's world tour finals, he never really played his best there

      Marklion JanecekMarklion JanecekIl y a 14 jours
  • Agassi Federer sensational match

    Jonathan TerrettJonathan TerrettIl y a 14 jours
  • 34:02 Thats why i love GOATkovic 💖💖💖💖💖❤

    Travis BickleTravis BickleIl y a 14 jours
  • Sampras - Becker 1996 the best for me. Were a lot of games with magical points during 5 sets. This video not shows but Becker starts the macht with 4 aces in a row.

    juan bascuñan morerajuan bascuñan moreraIl y a 14 jours
    • It ii classic serve and volley match.. but group meeting between Becker and Enqvist was the best match of the tournament to watch..

      narcyz9494 narcyznarcyz9494 narcyzIl y a 14 jours
  • 33:25 40.15

    Rami GamesRami GamesIl y a 14 jours
  • Federer matches guarantee heart attacks😱

    Lennart BraehlerLennart BraehlerIl y a 14 jours
  • why would you rate the Djokovic/Thiem above the Sampras/Becker? I don't see the logic

    Lee BrandtLee BrandtIl y a 14 jours
    • @Michael Hafer It might be the highest level but it is not the most enjoyable or watchable level. In the 70 ies, 70 million Americans played tennis. By 2020, that figure was down to 18 M. Numbers don't lie as today's tennis is less inspiring to many.

      Francis Van der MosenFrancis Van der MosenIl y a 2 jours
    • Ok, let's assume that the Djokovic/Thiem game was a higher level than Sampras/Becker...doesn't take anything away from the fact that Sampras/Becker put up a better show compared to Djoker and Thiem. And I don't even route for any of these four players, so no bias here.

      Francis Van der MosenFrancis Van der MosenIl y a 2 jours
    • @Roman Nope, I don't believe you've watched. You're just simply lying. Everything your saying is just false. Everything. Sampras/Becker > Thiem/Boring player

      Lee BrandtLee BrandtIl y a 2 jours
    • @Lee Brandt And what you criticise about Djokovic's performance is simply part of his playing style. And he is considered the best hard court player of all time. You are aware of that?

      RomanRomanIl y a 2 jours
    • @Lee Brandt I did watch the match and what I say is a fact. It's an undisputed fact in the tennis world and also the expert opinion. You seem sliiiightly radical, my friend :) Tennis is changing, and it's normal

      RomanRomanIl y a 2 jours
  • 35:15 after watching Sampras shorts they should stop making fun of wawrinka shorts lol

    raju singhraju singhIl y a 14 jours
    • Lmao

      Scotty's ATP AnalysisScotty's ATP AnalysisIl y a 14 jours
  • It’s always nice gesture when one of the big 3 wins a major trophy against a fellow member of the big 3 and gives a post trophy celebration handshake or comfort(like the one in the thumbnail except that one time where rafa accidentally touched Novak’s crotch in AO 2019 post trophy ceremony.

    Haajir YabreHaajir YabreIl y a 14 jours
    • In the trophy presentation?

      I Purple You!!!I Purple You!!!Il y a 14 jours
  • This first match between Roger and Agassi is not only one of the best ATP finals matches ever but one of the best tennis matches in the history in my opinion.

    //Il y a 14 jours
  • I honestly believe that the Nalbandian-Federer match should be higher on the list

    Carlos Roger OreroCarlos Roger OreroIl y a 14 jours
    • just politics. London would be favored.

      ductrung3993ductrung3993Il y a 14 jours
    • It probably would've been higher if not for the fact that Roger was coming back from an injury and hadn't played in 6 weeks before the ATP Finals. He had an ankle injury and basically if not for the fact that he never retires from matches he probably should have retired in the 4th set of the Nalbandian match. I also found it interesting that they chose the 2008 Murray match - because Roger had a back injury in that match and actually took an injury time out in the 3rd set. Prior to the last few years it was one of the few times he'd ever taken an injury time-out during a match in his entire career. So basically it's ironic that what Tennis TV considered 2 of the top 10 matches are matches Roger played injured. Well...3 if you count the 2014 Wawrinka match where he injured his back in the final set...and Stan got pissed because Mirka called him a "cry baby" from the stands. LOL.

      Stacy AugustStacy AugustIl y a 14 jours
  • Medvedev about to join this video :)

    Puffs MediaPuffs MediaIl y a 14 jours
  • Very happy to see the video ends with thiem djokovic a very special match to see live as a thiem fan

    Hunter CookHunter CookIl y a 14 jours
  • Federer vs agassi extra Time fabulous and Nadal Djokovic WOW classic ❤️ matches also Nadal Murray for me is the most Djokovic thiem CLASSIC match

    mohammed mechennefmohammed mechennefIl y a 14 jours
  • the 1914 atp finals final between nick kyrgios and bernard tomic deserved a spot on this list! back when it was best of 69 kyrgios won it in an epic 69 set battle 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 06 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 420-418

    PoggosPoggosIl y a 14 jours

    ricky tv Productionricky tv ProductionIl y a 14 jours
  • Djokovic is the goat

    Jean BernardJean BernardIl y a 14 jours
    • This man is a legend

      Jean BernardJean BernardIl y a 14 jours
  • 2015 Federer vs Nishikori; Nadal vs Ferrer

    Press and Hold !Press and Hold !Il y a 14 jours
  • Let's see if Thiem will beat Djokovic - I think he will, in 3 sets! If he wins this tournament he will be the first person to beat both Nadal and Djokovic in the same tournament!

    EghotheTennisGamer369EghotheTennisGamer369Il y a 14 jours
    • @Robert Barkovicz I remembered everything by heart, more or less. No excessive effort, I appreciate the conversation :)

      Tony MontanaTony MontanaIl y a 13 jours
    • @Tony Montana Thanks for investigation! Appreciate!

      Robert BarkoviczRobert BarkoviczIl y a 13 jours
    • @Robert Barkovicz the only possibility to beat someone twice in a tournament is if that someone arrives in the final of the Finals (sorry for the repetition) after losing one match in the Round Robin, and loses again in the final. Rafa arrived twice in the final of this tournament, but always lost against a player (Roger in '10, Nole in '13) whom he did not have to face in the Round Robin. So no, nobody ever did that. Thiem would be the first, in case

      Tony MontanaTony MontanaIl y a 13 jours
    • @Tony Montana Thanks for the information, but did anyone beat Djoker and 2x Rafa at the same tournament?

      Robert BarkoviczRobert BarkoviczIl y a 13 jours
    • @Lukas D you are right. In Bercy he defeated "only" Roger and Rafa. I checked again. Thanks for the correction

      Tony MontanaTony MontanaIl y a 14 jours
  • 0:37

    Тамара ЯщенкоТамара ЯщенкоIl y a 14 jours
  • djokovic motor is starting warm

    Travis BickleTravis BickleIl y a 14 jours
    • his engine will crash

      eoe123321eoe123321Il y a 14 jours
    • Fabuleux 💜

      mohammed mechennefmohammed mechennefIl y a 14 jours
  • great match from djokovic today. proud of you

    Travis BickleTravis BickleIl y a 14 jours
  • yup i knew what first was going to be

    Shuban DevarakondaShuban DevarakondaIl y a 14 jours
    • @Nicotine46 Hm. I thought about it for a while. I believe I agree that Djoker - Thiem was the best one..

      Peter CauterPeter CauterIl y a 8 jours
    • It was a great match but clearly not the number 1 for me

      Nicotine46Nicotine46Il y a 14 jours
    • They are in love with that match

      Press and Hold !Press and Hold !Il y a 14 jours
  • Federer is the GOAT *Change my mind* :

    Obi-Wan KenobiObi-Wan KenobiIl y a 14 jours
    • @SJ Well said, he is my GOAT too and the most likely to eventually hold the all-time record of Major wins but alas, in the hearts of the people, it will always be Federer.

      Francis Van der MosenFrancis Van der MosenIl y a 2 jours
    • @GTS All that math count is all good and well but you're forgetting criteria number 1: the public's heart. Federer is the undisputed number one there, ahead of........I don't know. This is from a Nadal fan.

      Francis Van der MosenFrancis Van der MosenIl y a 2 jours
    • Sampras and Agassi over the 17 time grand slam champ.. what a joke

      UsvsahsvjUsvsahsvjIl y a 13 jours
    • @Obi-Wan Kenobi Agassi is really classy by lying to the ATP about his meth usage and ruining an exhibition match making fun of the way Sampras tipped. I guess it’s also okay to judge greatest (tennis player) of all time using this criteria and not from the wins and titles but idk

      Matt LeeMatt LeeIl y a 14 jours
    • @GTS now this is a fucking good comment

      Cristian PerroneCristian PerroneIl y a 14 jours
  • Hello everybody,check out my Nitto 2020 semifinal prewiev 🙂 :

    Suat Kaya tennisSuat Kaya tennisIl y a 14 jours
  • Nadal should have won the 2010 edition...

    Atomic S.H.Atomic S.H.Il y a 14 jours
    • 😥😥😥🧡💜🧡💜🧡💜yes he loss vs Federer

      mohammed mechennefmohammed mechennefIl y a 14 jours
    • No he shouldn't because he didn't play as well as Federer

      Press and Hold !Press and Hold !Il y a 14 jours
    • As a Nadal's fan, I would love that. But Fed was on fire in the final.

      Dinh Van HungDinh Van HungIl y a 14 jours
  • Hi

    thefunkeydunkeythefunkeydunkeyIl y a 14 jours
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    Jaden is BraindeadJaden is BraindeadIl y a 14 jours
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      David ThailandDavid ThailandIl y a 14 jours
    • What's up friend

      Mavric 24Mavric 24Il y a 14 jours
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      Casual DriverCasual DriverIl y a 14 jours